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The MCID calculated based on a dichotomization of the GRS into "improvement" and "no improvement" in the present study was 30 m.
Both groups are compared in total (independent sample t-test) and then patients with stroke are divided into two groups based on Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) [greater than or equal to] 45 dichotomization (one-way analysis of variance [ANOVA]).
This "West," on my understanding, is not real in the first place and the breakdown of any hard line between inside and outside makes such radical dichotomization fall apart.
The ideological origins of dichotomization of Indians and Africans had deeper roots than what appeared in the plantation universe.
This is an altogether predictable formulation, relying as it does on the dichotomization of aesthetics and the market which have been problematized over the last fifteen years (see Jensen; Dettmar and Watt; Burns; Turner; Jaffe).
To facilitate power exploration, many researchers have attempted to simplify power research through dichotomization of the different bases into categories such as mediated/non-mediated, coercive/non-coercive, and economic/non-economic (Johnson et.
Besides, the dichotomization of the human sex and other human qualities between women's and men's is erroneous and unfair.
This is an unhelpful dichotomization that directly influences self-evaluatory criteria: "I am only good if I follow the rules perfectly and thereby earn the love and praise of my God and avoid punishment.
15) Note the gender dichotomization here and the emphasis on romantic love for girls.
However, dichotomization of the dependent variable leads to several problems, particularly the loss of individual variability on the dependent variable (MacCallum, Zhang, Preacher, & Rucker, 2002).
Although some would argue that ethics is an established professional term referring to social and political characteristics of a particular society or culture, and morality a term of more personal concern, the contributors skilfully avoid this kind of dichotomization.
Recognizing this, Elias hopes, will compel sociologists to transcend the simplistic dichotomization between conflict and solidarity, and work and leisure that has marred much research.